The DA says it will apply for a court order to compel the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) to serve President Jacob Zuma with an indictment and court date.
The Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA) reaffirmed the High Court finding that dropping criminal charges against Zuma in 2009 decision was irrational.
The court found that the NPA struggled to find justification for the decision to withdraw the charges against Zuma, despite there being a strong case against him.
DA federal executive chair James Selfe says the NPA must ensure that the court process begins as soon as possible.
Take a listen to the DA's Jame Selfe reflect on the SCA ruling:
Political analyst Steven Friedman says the anti-Zuma faction will try use the Supreme Court ruling in bid to influence positions ahead of ANC's December elective conference.
Take a listen to Prof Friedman's analysis: